Bertrand Lavier's Latest Work is a Playful Fountain Made from an Unruly Mess of Garden Hoses

Celebrated French artist Bertrand Lavier, renowned for his sculptures made from assembled and modified found objects, was recently commissioned by the Serpentine Galleries to create a fountain within the grounds of the Sackler Gallery. The fountain is a "playful interpretation of this most traditional of garden features," said gallery directors Julia Peyton-Jones and Hans Ulrich Obrist, "instead of a classical sculpture of a figure or natural form, the jets of water emanate from an unruly mass of garden hoses." The installation is part of the Serpentine’s ongoing outdoor commissions in Kensington Gardens and will be on view until October 4 2015.

 Find out more about the project here.

via [Dezeen]